Day: October 8, 2020

Albany High School: Phase 3

Albany High School: Phase 3 Project Description SCOPE: Earthwork and utilities for Phase 3 of the Albany High School additions and renovations project.  Current Status: Our work on this site is just kicking off with the prep work required for the new tennis courts. Stay tuned for updates and read the full story here: https://www.albanyschools.org/rebuildingahs/index ARCHITECT: …

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CREE Wolfspeed Mohawk Valley NanoCenter

CREE Wolfspeed Mohawk Valley NanoCenter Project Description SCOPE: 450 Acre site, 458,000 sf, four-story Fabrication Facility; 85,000 sf four-story Administration Building; 50,000 cy of concrete foundations and elevated slabs Current Status: Foundations are complete and work continues on slabs on deck with our in-house ACI Certified Flatwork Crews. See the full story here: https://www.jersen.com/one-year-later-crees-1b-factory-in-upstate-new-york-is-on-schedule-even-in-a-pandemic/ ARCHITECT: Excyte U.S., Inc. …

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North Ferry Street Pump Station Improvements

North Ferry Street Pump Station Improvements Project Description SCOPE: 106′ diameter support of excavation system, active deep well dewatering and bulk excavation for a four-story concrete pump station.  Underground water, sanitary force and gravity piping. Interior process piping systems inclusive of building automation, pumps, valves and appurtenances and material handling inc. bridge cranes, vertical reciprocating …

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One year later: Cree’s $1B factory in upstate New York is on schedule — even in a pandemic

Foundations are complete and work continues on slabs on deck with Jersen’s In-House ACI Certified Flatwork Crews Cree CEO Gregg Lowe, center, visited Utica last week to check in with employees at the fab under construction, tour the site with Jeff Maidment, construction manager for Cree, and meet with local partners. COURTESY OF CREE By Chelsea …

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